Acquired Brain Injury - LIAISE (Living Independence Access Integration Support)
LIAISE provides case management and integration programs for individuals with acquired brain injury and their carers. They also provide an acquired brain injury recover program.
Address: 55 Buckingham Avenue, Springvale, VIC, 3171
Phone: 9792 7716 (Intake)
Fax: 8558 9190 for referrals
Website: Monash Health
Australia Hearing provides hearing services to clients eligible under the Australia Government Hearing Services Program.
Free call: 1300 412 512
Website: Australian Hearing
Autism Plus provides specialist support in autism, complex and challenging behavior, general disability, high support needs, case management, residential support workers, personal care assistants, recreation and respite.
Address: 8 Holly Drive, Dingley Village, VIC, 3172
Phone: 1300 428 847 / 9982 9722
Fax: 9982 9723
Website: Autism Plus
Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect)
Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect) is a service provider for autism and other disabilities providing evidence informed schools program with additional services that include information and advice, diagnostic assessments, behaviour support, parent and family support and adult programs.
Free call: 1800 277 328
Website: Autism Spectrum
Better Hearing Australia
Better Hearing Australia provides free independent and current information and advice on all aspects of hearing loss management.
Address: 5 High Street, Prahran, VIC, 3181
Phone: 1300 242 842
Website: Better Hearing Australia
Blairlogie Living and Learning Centre
Blairlogie Living and Learning Centre provides flexible support to people with a disability to enhance each person’s opportunities for continuing education, social integration and employment.
Address: 685 North Road, Pearcedale, VIC, 3912
Phone: 5978 7900
Fax: 5978 7922
Website: Blairlogie Living and Learning Centre
Facebook: Blairlogie Living and Learning Centre facebook page
Bunurong Health Service / Dandenong & District Aborigines Co-operative Limited
Bunurong Community Care works to support people living with a disability and the frail aged to living independently in their home. This service operates within the municipalities of Bayside, Kingston, Dandenong, Casey and Cardinia, incorporating Indigenous disability support services.
Address: 3 Carroll Avenue, Dandenong, VIC, 3175
Phone: 9794 5933
Fax: 9791 1247
Website: Monash Health
Carers Victoria provides services for caring families throughout Victoria.
Address: Level 1, 37 Albert Street, Footscray, VIC, 3011
Free call: 1800 242 636
Phone: 9396 9500
Fax: 9396 9555
Website: Carers Victoria
Casey Child and Adolescent Mental Health - Monash CAMHS - Casey Community Team, Casey Hospital
CAMHS provide specialist child and adolescent mental health services for children and adolescents up to the age of 18 years with serious emotional disturbance. This includes young people with a diagnosable psychiatric disorder whose condition is considered seriously detrimental to their growth or development and/or where there are substantial difficulties in the person’s social or family environment.
Address: 52 Kangan Drive, Berwick, VIC, 3806
Phone: 8768 1569
Fax: 8768 1957
After Hours: 1300 369 012
Children with Disability Australia (CDA)
CDA is a national peak body which represents children and young people aged 0-25 with a disability.
Address: Suite 3, 173 Queens Parade
Postal Address: PO Box 172, Clifton Hill, VIC, 3068
Free call: 1800 222 660
Phone: 9482 1130
Fax: 9482 7833
Website: Children with Disability Australia
City of Casey Home and Community Care (HACC)
HACC provides access to home care, personal care, respite care, Meals on Wheels, HACC transport service, social support program and home maintenance.
Address: Magid Drive, Narre Warren, VIC, 3805
Phone: 9705 5200
NRS: 133 677
TIS: 131 450
Website: City of Casey Home and Community Care
Community Support Options - Monash Health
Community Support Options provides various support for people in our community to maintain independent living. A range of support options for the frail, aged, people with dementia, insecure housing, people with disabilities and carers living in the Southern region of Melbourne.
Address: 4th Floor, 229 Thomas Street, Dandenong, VIC, 3175
Free call: 1800 052 222 (After Hours)
Phone: 9792 7747
Website: Monash Health
Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
DHHS provide support for people with a disability, their families and carers acting as a contact point for information on programs and services available in the community.
Address: 165-169 Thomas Street, Dandenong, VIC, 3175
Phone: 1800 783 783 (Intake & Response)
TTY: 133 677
Website: Department of Human Services
Ermha – Mental Health Support
Ermha supports people with mental health issues by providing high quality services that promote, develop and sustain the independence and community inclusion of those who have or may acquire a severe mental illness.
Address: 67 Robinson Street, Dandenong,VIC, 3175
Phone: 1300 376 421
Fax: 9792 9027
Website: Ermha - Mental Health Support
EW Tipping Foundation
EW Tipping provide tailored support to people with a range of intellectual, physical and neurological disabilities and associated conditions. Services include a range of recreational and community access support, group programs and transitional living services through to complex care associated with spinal injury, medical conditions, mental health problems and behaviours of concern.
Address: 1036 Dandenong Road, Carnegie, VIC, 3163
Phone: 9564 1000
Fax: 9564 1004
Website: EW Tipping Foundation
Helping Hand is Here
There are many disability support services in Victoria, but finding each of them which support you, can be confusing and time consuming. Helping Hand is a comprehensive web based disability directory containing disability and support service links.
Phone: 9017 4649
Website: Helping Hand is Here
Facebook: Helping Hand Is Here facebook page
Independence Australia is a not-for-profit organisation supporting people with a disability or other physical need to regain, retain and extend their independence. With particular expertise and experience in providing services to people with physical and neurological disabilities including spinal cord injury, poliomyelitis, cerebral palsy, acquired brain injury, multiple sclerosis, motor neuron disease and stroke.
Address: 208 Wellington Street, Collingwood, VIC, 3066
Phone: 1300 704 456
Fax: 1300 704 451
Website: Independence Australia
Kalimna - The Bridge Connects Webb Street
Kalimna, a service of Options Victoria, is a not-for-profit community organisation providing a variety of services for people of adult age who have a disability. Kalimna services are located at Narre Warren, Berwick and Cranbourne. These services support people to link with their community to pursue lifestyles of choice. Flexible person centered services are provided to people residing in the Cities of Casey, Greater Dandenong and Cardinia by a dedicated team of staff and volunteers.
Address: 67-69 Webb Street, Narre Warren, VIC, 3805
Phone: 9705 9111
Fax: 9705 9222
Website: The Bridge Inc.
Leaders in disability care, P.A.S.T. provides support and services to people in activities of everyday life through individualised planning, in home services, respite and day program activities, provided in various community locations. Support is provided in the areas of social and community involvement, independent living, prevocational training, recreation and leisure.
Address: Level 1, Suite 1, 108-120 Young Street, Frankston, VIC, 3199
Phone: 9775 7333
Fax: 9775 7300
Website: MiLife Victoria
Mind is a registered NDIS provider offering a range of specialist psychosocial support services, to help gain better mental health and improve quality of life. Mind supports people dealing with the day-to-day impacts of mental illness, as well as their families, friends and carers
Address: 64 Victor Crescent, Narre Warren Vic 3804
Phone: 1300 554 660
MOIRA provides a range of support services for people with disabilities and youth in crisis in and throughout the Southern Metropolitan Region of Melbourne and Victoria. It also provides support services to families and carers.
Address: 928 Nepean Highway, Hampton East, VIC, 3188
Phone: 8552 2222
MOIRA Sibling Support Program
MOIRA Sibling Support Program provides support for children who have a brother or sister with a disability or chronic condition. The program offers separate activities for Primary School and Secondary School aged siblings living in the Southern Metropolitan Region of Melbourne. The aim is to connect young siblings with peers, to reduce social isolation and provide respite. Siblings with a disability are not eligible, including ADHD and Asperger's.
Address: 928 Nepean Highway, Hampton East, VIC, 3189
Phone: 8552 2222
Fax: 8552 2233
Monash Audiology Cranbourne - Monash Health
Cranbourne Integrated Care
Monash Audiology Cranbourne provides primary hearing health care, specialising in the prevention of hearing loss and in the identification, assessment, diagnosis, management, and treatment of hearing disorders.
Address: 140-154 Sladen Street, Cranbourne, VIC, 3977
Phone: 5990 6180
Fax: 5990 6179
National Continence Helpline
The National Continence Helpline provides information, education and advice to callers with incontinence or who are caring for someone with incontinence.
Free call: 1800 330 066
Website: National Continence Helpline
National Disability Services Victoria
National Disability Services Victoria represents services for people with disabilities and their families.
Address: 10 / 369 Royal Parade, Parkville, VIC, 3052
Phone: 8341 4300
Fax: 8341 4333
Website: National Disability Services Victoria
National Relay Service (NRS)
The National Relay Service (NRS) is an Australian government initiative. It provides a solution for people who are deaf or who have a hearing or speech impairment. The NRS relays calls at no extra cost. Training on how to use the service is free.
Address: Level 2, 10 Mallett Street, Camperdown, NSW, 2050
TTY: 133 677 / 1800 555 677
Speak/Listen:1300 555 727 / 1800 555 727
SMS relay: 0423 677 767 / 133 677 if calling an SMS relay user
Website: National Relay Service
Outlook One - Outlook Victoria
Outlook One can provide a range of tailored supports to the unique needs of the individual. Outlook One provides a blend of community activities, personal support, training and employment based on individual’s needs, goals and lifestyle choices. Services are offered in Narre Warren, Cranbourne, Pakenham, Hallam, Berwick and Emerald.
Address: 24 Toomuc Valley Road, Pakenham, VIC, 3810
Phone: 5941 1535
Fax: 5940 1063
Website: Outlook One - Outlook Victoria
OzChild – Child First
OzChild improves life opportunities for children across Australia and beyond by delivering a range of integrated, diverse and accessible services that are outcome focused and recognised for excellence.
Address: 947 Nepean Hwy, Mornington, VIC, 3931
Phone: 5975 7644
Fax: 5975 4289
Website: OzChild - Child First
Facebook: Ozchild - Child First facebook page
Australia's polio survivors working in partnership with health professionals.
Address: Suite 119C, Level 1, 89 High Street, Kew, VIC, 3101
Phone: 9016 7678
Website: Polio Australia
Facebook: Polio Australia facebook page
Scope is one of the largest providers of services to people with a disability in Victoria, and one of the largest not-for-profit organisations in Australia. Scope offers a wide range of services from services for people with a disability to services for carers, employers and other groups.
Address: Cnr Station Street & Nepean Highway, Aspendale, VIC, 3195
Phone: 9587 8225
Website: SCOPE Vic
Spinal Cord Injuries in Australia
Spinal Cord Injuries in Australia deals with the prevention of spinal cord injury, care for those with spinal cord injury and the support of research to find a cure for spinal cord injury.
Address: Level 2, Whitten Oval Administration Building, Victoria University, 417 Barkly Street, Footscray, VIC, 3012
Free call: 1800 819 775
Website: Spinal Cord Injuries Australia
Statewide Autistic Services Inc. (SASI)
SASI offers teenagers and adults with high needs autism and other complex disabilities the education and support they need to live with dignity, respect and as independently as possible.
Address: 13 Sir Laurence Drive, Seaford, VIC, 3198
Phone: 9773 6044
Fax: 9776 4299
Website: Statewide Autistic Services Inc.
The Bridge Inc.
The Bridge is a not-for-profit disability services provider located in the South Eastern suburbs of Melbourne. Formerly known as Options Victoria, they have been helping people with disabilities for over 40 years. The Bridge offer a wide range of community and employment services in many locations, including Berwick, Cranbourne, Narre Warren, Pakenham, Cheltenham, Glen Waverley, Springvale, Noble Park, Dandenong and Frankston. If you want to have fun, meet new people, make new friends and learn new skills in a supportive, welcoming and positive environment, then the Bridge is the place for you.
Address: Plaza Business Centre, Level 4, Suite 3, 26 McCrae Street, Dandenong, VIC, 3175
Phone: 8710 8555
Fax: 8710 8599
Website: The Bridge Inc.
Facebook: The Bridge Inc facebook page
Vicdeaf’s vision is to achieve access and equity for deaf and hard of hearing Victorians. They are a progressive community service organisation striving to provide relevant, responsive and accessible services and equipment.
Address: Level 4, 340 Albert Street, East Melbourne, VIC, 3002
Phone: 9473 1111
Fax: 9473 1122
NRS: 9473 1199
Villa Maria is a values based organisation providing quality services and life enhancing opportunities for older people and children and adults with a disability, their families and carers.
Address: 6 Studley Park Road, Kew, VIC, 3101
Phone: 9855 7600
Fax: 9855 7899
Website: Villa Maria
Vison Australia works in partnership with people, who are blind or vision impaired, and their families, to expand the choices available to them.
Address: 454 Glenferrie Road, Kooyong, VIC, 3144
Phone: 1300 847 466
Fax: 1300 847 329
Website: Vision Australia
Wallara supports people with disabilities by providing community day services, accommodation, in-home support, life options, community options, high support, seniors and pathways to employment.
Address: 34 Potter Street, Dandenong, VIC, 3175
Phone: 9792 2985
Fax: 9793 3100
Wellways is a registered NDIS provider specialising in mental health and disability. Assisting with NDIS eligibility and planning, together with coordinating NDIS plans and delivering support services.
Address: 45 Davey Street, Franktson, VIC, 3199
Phone: 9784 6800
Wesley Mission Victoria
Wesley Mission Victoria provides services to support people with a disability and to improve their life outcomes, providing programs and services to respond to diverse needs.
Address: 280 Thomas Street, Dandenong, VIC, 3175
Phone: 9794 3000
Website: Wesley Mission Victoria
Windermere Child and Family Services
Windermere Child and Family Services provides disability services, family day care, in-home childcare, early childhood development services, family services, housing support, victims assistance, counselling program and dry nights program.
Address: 48 Webb Street, Narre Warren, VIC, 3805
Phone: 9705 3200
Fax: 9705 7650
Website: Windermere Child and Family Services
Women's Health in the South East (WHISE)
WHISE is a community based organisation located in South East Melbourne that is run by women, for women, and is concerned with all aspects of women’s wellbeing.
Address: 2 / 31 Princes Highway, Dandenong, VIC, 3175
Phone: 9794 8677
Fax: 9793 1866
TIS: 131 450
Website: Women's Health in the South East
Yooralla – Tarlina Early Childhood Centre
Yooralla Tarlina Early Childhood Centre provides early intervention services to families who have a child with a developmental delay or disability. Support may be through home visits, community settings such as playgroup, childcare or as needed by the family. Families can choose to participate in parent support, sibling, dad’s and aquatics groups. Yooralla Inner South has two inclusive playgroups supported by therapy staff and open to any child from birth to 18 years.
Address: 19 Oban Close, Endeavour Hills, VIC, 3802
Phone: 9213 1800
Fax: 9700 6611
Website: Yooralla - Tarlina Early Childhood Centre
Yooralla Personalised Service
Yooralla Personalised Service provides support and opportunities for people with disability with a range of programs and supports individual, educational, vocational, recreational and therapeutic needs. This can range from within the home to out in the community. Yooralla can also provide service coordination and brokerage should this be identified. Services offered include in-home support, one on one support, education, employment, service coordination, transport, training, therapy, holidays and brokerage.
Phone: 1800 966 725
TTY: 9916 5899
TIS: 131 450
Website: Yooralla Personalised Service
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